Teyana Taylor will close the Red Bull Music Festival in Atlanta in November.

Red Bull Music Festival will debut in Atlanta with Teyana Taylor, Ari Lennox and more

Atlanta will be part of the Red Bull Music Festival when it returns to the U.S. this fall.

This is the debut of the event here, which will also touch down in Chicago.

The Atlanta edition will run Nov. 1-15 and take place at various locations around the city. 

Some highlights include a rap battle between Denzel Curry’s alter ego, Zeltron, and Joey Bada$$ (Nov. 3 at 787 Windsor); a “Trap Roundtable” with Shawty Redd, Zaytoven and Lex Luger (Nov. 5 at 874 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW); a conversation with Coach K (Nov. 8 at the Plaza Theatre) followed by a Quality Control Afterparty (at Graveyard Tavern); a Yung Baby Tate “Camp” show with Kari Faux, BbyMutha, Queen Key, Mulatto, UNIIQU3 and Precious Ebony (Nov. 9 at Heaven @ The Masquerade); Ari Lennox (Nov. 11 at Variety Playhouse); and Teyana Taylor (Nov. 14 at West End Production Park).

Tickets range from $15-$30 for most events.

The festival will open Nov. 1 with a free art show from Atlanta photographer Gunner Stahl, who has created portraits of Lil Yachty, The Weeknd, 21 Savage and many others. His work will be on display at 874 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW Nov. 2-7. 

For a full lineup and to purchase tickets or RSVP to the art show, visit redbull.com/atlanta.

The Red Bull Music Festival held installments in New York, Los Angeles and London, among other cities, already this year, and has eyed Atlanta as a prime location given the city’s diverse musical slate. 

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  
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